Diet and Nutrition

Dining In or Dining Out with Celiac Disease

Conclusion

Finally, if you see that there is no way to make sure that food is gluten free then don’t be tempted, better opt for the second choice like some simple salad or plain baked potatoes, rather than risking with the unsafe choice.

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